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Old 12-25-2017, 12:36 AM   #1
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Give us the skinny. I'm too lazy to watch it.

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Makita but it had nonlocking bad casters on the front.
That also looks like a Nilfisk.

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Video should have been Stamix vs Nilfisk vs a Pulsebac which should be in a different catagory.

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I'll take my Nilfisk gd930 and Oneida DD...industrial grade, quiet and compact.
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Makita but it had nonlocking bad casters on the front.
Too heavy, terrible hose, horrible casters.

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Too heavy, terrible hose, horrible casters.

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It has nice casters, they just don't lock. Have you ever locked the casters on your vac?

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It has nice casters, they just don't lock. Have you ever locked the casters on your vac?

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I have 2 Bosch vac so I no care.... The price was right
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Every thing is too heavy for you. I don't care about the heavy. I'm even starting to like fat asses


I rather empty it twice.

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With a fat ass there's a bigger area to empty it on
How did I miss this. LoL

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Awesome! That's all I can say.

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Scared the crap out of me when the auto filter clean bucked on!

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